&Tradition Journey SHY2 Lamp
  • &Tradition Journey SHY2 Lamp
  • &Tradition Journey SHY2 Lamp
  • &Tradition Journey SHY2 Lamp
  • &Tradition Journey SHY2 Lamp
  • &Tradition Journey SHY2 Lamp
  • &Tradition Journey SHY2 Lamp

&Tradition Journey SHY2 Wall Lamp

€227.00
Availability if not in stock approximate 1 week.
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  • Clay
  • Black
  • Mirror
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€46.80
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Gently cradled in the curve of its rectangular base, the Journey wall lamp by Signe Hytte is a simple sphere that emerges like the moon on the horizon. For the wall version, the wires are concealed inside the base and there’s no dimmer.

Resulting in a look that’s even more pure and poetic. There’s a secret behind the physics of the design – the ability to mount the lamp in a variety of different directions. A nice feature for a home or hotel if you’re thinking of bedside table lamps angled to suit each side. It’s also ideal to illuminate specific spaces in a commercial setting. Or use them as decorative details to create a pattern as part of an art installation.

Each satinised opal glass sphere is made individually using a mouth-blown technique. Merge this iconic round shape with its rectangular base and you have a neat and complete solution for creating just the mood you want to be in.

Specifications

Materials Mouth-blown satinized opal glass and steel

Colours Mirror, Black, Clay

Weight (kg) 1.3kg 

The luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes:

G9 Max 33 Watt

A++ - E. Bulb is not included

Size Description

L:26cm/10.2in; W:18cm/7in; H:24cm/9.4in

  • Signe Hytte

    Born 1985, lives and works in Copenhagen The essence of my work is simplicity. I aim to create functional objects that can be of everyday use. I design honest solutions, both in terms of construction, materials and aesthetics. Reducing a piece to its core is - to me - the most challenging and difficult aspect of designing, but also the most rewarding. Current clients are: MENU; NEW WORKS, WOUD I graduated from the Design + Business school TEKO in 2012 and have also studied Aesthetics and Culture at the University of Aarhus. Along with my own company, I currently work at &tradition
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